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A cruise ship heads south from L.A. with a variety of passengers - a reporter, a P.I., crooks, a general etc.
When the ship docks for the final time at the end of the film, stock footage is used of the liner "Olympic" (name visible on bow) being pushed by tug toward the pier. "Olympic" was one of the famous "three sisters", the others being "Titanic" and "Britanic". Unlike the ill-fated sisters however, "Olympic" had a long service life until being scrapped about 1937 and had the nickname "Old Reliable".
The ship depicted as leaving the dock at the beginning of the film is named "San Capeador" on the bow. The ship depicted as docking in New York City has the name "Olympic" on the bow.
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